half good, half chaotic. usually very chill. has quality fanfictions and fanarts. but people get salty over rarepairs and it's a disaster sometimes. straight ships are the main target of hate. kurotsuki and ushioi are the most controversial ships in the fandom.
yuri on ice:
80% chaotic. 20% good. the good ones are usually watches the anime and doesn't get too attached to it. that 80% are hella possessive towards their ships. any hate will result in getting unfriended, blocked, reported and foever banish from the internet. good fanart tho. if you have a straight ship in the show better get prepared cause people will hate you for the rest of your damn life even if you're not in the fandom.
a neutral fandom. fans usually gush over aomine and akashi. good fanart. not really active compared to the above two.
good fanbase, but seriously underrated.
where even are the fans.
neutral fanbase. makoharu vs rinharu war ongoing. very cute fanart. where are they.
once very chaotic, now half-dead. easily forgotten by 2000s kids. very nice and chill fandom. lovely fanart and fanfictions. very few ship wars. as a 2000s kid in this fandom, it gave me social anixety and i'm lonely as hell cause no one talks about the anime with me.
love sports anime but miss the bloodshed of other genres?
why not try prince of tennis.
because why be afraid of losing nationals when your opponent is capable of a serving technique that literally rips through time and space, breaks through solid concrete, messes up your internal organs and can literally send you off court on a stretcher.
“seniors graduating is the worst possible thing that could happen in sports anime”
wrong. suffering life threatening internal bleeding due to destructive tennis is.